Re-recording (filmmaking)

Re-recording (filmmaking)

:"This article is about sound and film editing. For the speedrunning technique, see re-recording (video gaming).

Re-recording is the process with which the audio track of a film or video production is created. As sound elements are mixed and combined together the process necessitates "re-recording" all of the audio elements, such as dialogue, music, sound effects, by the sound re-recording mixer(s) to achieve the desired end result, which is the final soundtrack that the audience hears when the finished film is played.

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